one of the exercises in my find your eye journey is to photograph something that is unfamiliar. To photograph something new. Normally, i take pictures of landscapes or people. This time I have chosen to take pictures of architecture. It is not something that i would normally photograph although I don't mind to do it, when I do. I recently took a trip down to the city of Sydney. Whilst I was there I managed to get a few shots that I find interesting. I didn't get to take as many as I would have liked for this exercise as I was with a few others & the timing was not great for it. I would love to repeat this exercise when I have some more time so I can explore it more deeply. I took shots from a number of different angles, front on, straight up, full image of the structure or parts of it. I mostly found I was drawn to the contrast of old & new, images looking up to the sky with lots of sharp edges & lines. When I compare the images to my inspiration file, I notice the same themes of line, tone & space.